Plastic cells are lighter than silicon ones, but they’re not as efficient–one company aims to fix that.
A new lighting system uses network cables, instead of electrical wires, to supply power and carry data.
Cells treated with magnetic nanoparticles can be held in tissue-like 3-D shapes.
It will give partners access to more Twitter data.
String theory implies that black holes can come in all kinds of forms and flavors, according to a cosmologist who has catalogued all known types.
A new crop of startups aims to bring artificial intelligence to the masses.
Microreactor developers race to turn troublesome gas into usable crude oil.
The devices could help stabilize the grid, and make charging electric cars cheaper.
danah boyd opens South by Southwest with a keynote on what online privacy should mean.